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Schlumberger is Recruiting

Posted by Luminus on February 8, 2006

Field engineers work on land and sea, in arctic cold, and in desert heat to deliver services to our customers. While challenging, it is one of the most rewarding and respected jobs in the industry. Required: bachelor’s or master’s degree in engineering or applied science.

Researchers, scientists, and engineers develop and manufacture high-tech equipment in our technology centers worldwide. Required: master’s or doctorate degree in engineering or applied sciences.

Petrotechnical graduates work in the office supporting the field or giving advice to customers. Required: bachelor’s, master’s, or doctorate degree in petroleum engineering, the geosciences, or computer science. Industry experience also considered.

Specialists do hands-on fieldwork with the industry’s leading technology that optimizes solutions for energy companies. Required: 2- to 3-year technical college associate degree.

Experienced professionals have 3 or more years experience in the oil and gas business as petroleum engineers, geoscientists, drilling engineers, wellsite or completion supervisors.

Interns work in the field or in our engineering centers on significant company projects under the guidance of a mentor. Required: in your junior year of study.

Other opportunities exist for electronic technicians, mechanical technicians and equipment operators. Technicians hold a 2-year degree from a technical college.
If your qualified and interested, check it out http://www.slb.com/content/careers/needs/index.asp

Good Luck!

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